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Sarasota Wheel Repairs by Scottis offers the best-in-town Sarasota wheel restoration service

With the latest and most advanced in-house equipment allowing us to do factory-quality alloy wheel refurbishment, our technicians can repair your wheels to like-new condition for a mere fraction of the cost of replacement. Today most car manufacturers build their vehicles with diamond-cut alloy wheels equipped. This is a wheel that has been produced using CNC (computer numerical control) industrial machine. These wheels are often subjected to poor road conditions leading to the need for wheel restoration over time.

Wheel Refurbishing

We take care of wheel refurbishment and wheel services in the Greater Sarasota area for both commercial and residential clients. We use only sophisticated refinishing, polishing, and touch-up equipment for every service.

Wheel Coloring

With your choice of our OEM Matching wheel paints, our custom coloring service consists of cleaning and prepping your wheels, painting, and clear coating to protect your new wheel finish. Multiple color options are available including flat black, gloss black, gunmetal, vehicle color matching, colored wheel pockets, and more!

Wheel Refinishing

Sarasota Wheel Repairs specializes in the complete, off-the-car wheel refinishing of alloy wheels that are scratched, scraped, or have peeling paint. OEM-approved paint is color-matched to every wheel before repair and includes a lifetime warranty against paint peeling.

Wheel Remanufacturing

Our wheel welding service is for wheels that have small cracks on the wheel lip or the back barrel within the safety bead limit. If it passes our safety criteria, a certified wheel technician will first arrest the crack and then weld it so that the mended area is actually stronger.

Wheel Straightening

Each rim is first inspected with our state-of-the-art straightening device, which carefully measures the wheel to determine the exact location and severity of the bend. The bent alloy wheel is then repaired and brought back to the original manufacturers’ specifications.

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